No teamwork. Workflow was poorly structured and supplies were only retrieved by a few co workers. Management listened to certain people, before inquiring the truth or facts to situations.
Hard work is not appreciated and once I used the word ‘overwhelmed’ to my manager she misunderstood me knowing it was because I was working with a co worker who would leave the department several times and pick and choose what she only wanted to help with.
Dealing with poor management
Answered - Med Tech/CNA (Former Employee) - Melbourne, FL
I worked as a Monitor Technitian and I felt the job was too stressful because you not only watch the heart monitors, you’re expected to answer phones and answer call lights and page nurses and techs for whatever reason they are needed which makes you a target of the stress of the RNs and CNAs. You feel unappreciated and not always in the loop to what is going on around you like the fact the patient was just moved to another floor with your floor’s heart monitor on or taken down to OR. So when you have a concern over a heart rhythm of a patient and send a nurse or tech to that patients room the patient isn’t there! These seconds matter, but no one seems to care but you.
That Health First main vision is how much business on paper can they get. Every employee there isn't treated the same. Fake administration. No leadership. Horrible company for healthcare.
That Health First is LACKING true ADMINISTRATION and MANAGEMENT.
The management/Admin. is the complete opposite of their job title.
Answered - Former Employee (Former Employee) - Cocoa Beach, FL
Answered - Medical Assistant (Current Employee) - Melbourne, FL